“This year is most definitely our biggest line-up to date, and I’m excited to announce that we can add yet another brilliant performer to the programme. I must admit having seen Owen Paul perform at another festival. His energy on stage was infectious and just perfect for Hale Barns Carnival 2019. This is going to be a year to remember for sure!”
“The Acoustic Stage will be located in the Chill Out Zone, in a relaxed atmosphere – making it the perfect way to enjoy live music in a family friendly environment.”
“Heart of Darkness is simply too important a work to be avoided because it’s a political minefield and when you take on a text as tricky as Conrad’s novel you have to tread carefully.”
Following last night’s GRAMMY’s, where Sting & Shaggy were awarded Best Reggae Album for their collaborative UK Top Ten hit record 44/876, the pair have announced their return to the UK with The 44/876 Tour.
Kourtney Kardashian follows a ballet called Kim Kardashian (2016), and a stage play, Khloé Kardashian (2017), as the final part of an accidental trilogy of performances
“This current tour has been a great way to start, but it just isn’t enough for us…so we’re coming back to do a full tour later in the year with our new 4-piece band, playing even more songs from Get Tragic”
Blending intimately-told, warmly-inviting stories with arrangements of a hushed majesty, fans of Crosby, Still & Nash, Nick Drake and Dylan will find much to enjoy on ‘Songs From Aurora’.
Returning revitalised after something of a year’s holiday, please welcome back the festival that always believed bigger was better…